By Carol N. Vu NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY If not for Wong Tsu, Boeing might never have become the industry giant we know it as today. And if not for a group of Asian American employees at Boeing, the contributions of Wong Tsu might still be shrouded in secret today. Wong was Boeing’s first engineer and […]
Elaine Chu has accepted a position as financial analyst at Casey Family Programs/Foundation, a Seattle nonprofit agency focused on improving the lives of youths in foster care. Chu helped chair a recent Women of Color Empowered luncheon and is a new member of the Women’s University Club. (end)
Sandeep Kaushik has been hired as deputy communications director for King County Executive Ron Sims. Kaushik most recently covered national and state politics for the alternative weekly The Stranger. (end)
Northwest Journalists of Color awarded its 2005 scholarships to Tom Giratikanon of Northwestern University, Christopher Jose of Washington State University, Saadyah J. Hopkins of Seattle Central Community College, McCall Ray Hall of the University of Oregon, Janet Noh of Yale University, Karen Johnson of the University of Washington, Martha Guadalupe Flores Perez of the UW […]
It’s built into our psyches from an early age: If you get hurt, Grandma gives you a cookie. If you don’t get asked to the prom or make the football team, you comfort yourself with a burger, fries and a milkshake. The job is upsetting to you, so you eat a pizza.
Compiled by Kelianne Chinn Vivek Rajkumar University of Washington At age 14, Vivek was admitted to the Early Entrance program at the University of Washington. An excellent student, he was awarded the Early Entrance Program Paradise Scholarship in 2004 and the Apogee Scholarship in 2001. He recently graduated at age 18 with degrees in computer […]
Ming-Na, most recently seen in the hit NBC show “ER,” will star in a new drama series called “Inconceivable.” The show, debuting this fall, is set in a fertility clinic and will revolve around the lives of doctors, lawyer and patients.
By Carol N. Vu For the Northwest Asian Weekly Al Gore is helping lead the charge to establish a special library in Chinatown/International District that will honor the legacy of Washington’s first and only Asian American governor.
Can you imagine a summer in Seattle without Seafair?
By Tiffany Wan For the Northwest Asian Weekly People rely on certainties in life, especially when thrust into unfamiliar territory. Actor Damien Nguyen, the freshly minted star of the new film “The Beautiful Country,” is firmly aware of that fact. His family left Vietnam in 1975 on a boat that carried him, six siblings, his […]